I'm a bit disorganized, and I like it that way. I think I tend to file information away in my brain a bit differently from most people, so I can come off a bit absent-minded occasionally. I just do my thing, man.
I like to hike and camp when I get the chance (which isn't nearly enough). I also enjoy pretty much all forms of gaming; tabletop, console, pc, whatever. I like to laugh, and I like to look at pretty things. Someone once said I make everything an adventure, and I was very happy to hear that.
I have a great deal of love and respect for dogs. They've been with us for a long long time, and what really impresses me is that even in an age where we've made most of the animals we used to use for stuff essentially unemployed, we're still finding new things dogs can do. I think calling them "man's best friend" is a disservice, because I can't look at them and the things some of them have accomplished and call them anything less than family. If nothing else, they deserve our respect, and if you can't give them that, this is probably the wrong profile for you to be reading.
I have a little sun conure who is loads of fun. I've had him for years now, and he's my best bud.
If you haven't figured it out by now; I love animals. I am always happiest when I'm with them.
I consider modern politicians to be politicians in the same sense that the guy who draws Dilbert is an artist. This makes perfect sense, because everyone on the planet has the same fucking Dilbert calendar in their cubicle (even people without cubicles), but Dilbert is actually just a huge pile of uninspired shit that exists only to perpetuate itself.
I'm pretty much just here to meet people period. I don't really care if you live fifty billion miles left of tomorrow, or in the next apartment over as long as you're vaguely interesting. If you do live around here, I'd love to get together some time, but you know, whatever.
So because there's like, ten billion match questions that ask about it, religious status is clearly a lot more important to other people than it is to me, so let me just muddy something up here: I am not religious, I'm not agnostic, and I'm not atheist. I also have absolutely no interest in any sliding scales or being told why I fit under this term or that. I occasionally choose to define my personal relationship with the universe at large in vaguely animistic terms as well as frame some my understanding of it the same way.
I am a 200 foot tall ferret, hungry, and a secret wizard.